The Lions legend reacts to their double-digit comeback against Bear. 

The Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears have played each other since 1930, with Chicago leading the all-time series 104-77-5 coming into Sunday's game in Detroit. 

However, the Lions had won the previous two meetings, a dramatic 31-30 comeback win on the road last November and an overpowering 41-10 win at home in January.  

And on Sunday, despite the Bears taking a 26-16 lead on a Cairo Santos field goal with 4:20 remaining, the Lions rallied for two touchdowns 

What caused this to happen? After a kickoff touchback, the Lions got the ball back on their 35-yard line with just over four minutes remaining. 

Jared Goff then guided them on an eight-play, 75-yard drive that took only 1:15 and was capped by a 32-yard throw to a wide-open Jameson Williams with three minutes remaining: 

Instead of attempting an onside kick, Detroit elected to kick it deep and play defense 

which worked out well for them. After a fair catch on the kickoff, the Bears took over at their 25 and immediately had Kalil Herbert run twice for zero and one yards.  

Justin Fields then fired an incomplete pass on third and nine. This prompted Chicago's Trenton Gill to punt, which went out of bounds at the Lions' 27. 

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